It’s almost been four years since since our first “digital” president handed over the presidential Twitter keys to Donald Trump.
Barack Obama’s transition from the Oval Office in 2017 was the first time many official Twitter accounts (and other social media pages on Instagram, Facebook, Medium, and beyond) were archived. On Twitter, other more generic accounts like “@POTUS” were passed onto Trump.
Of course, Trump has continued to use his personal Twitter as his main communication tool. That will presumably remain active after his one-term presidency, unless he gets himself kicked off the platform. Twitter doesn’t have it labeled as a U.S. government account, but it is verified. Read more…
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